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What cause the right rear wheel to make a clucking noise on a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe when i step on the break making a stop?

I replace the wheel bearing hub assembly August the 10, 2022 and i just starting hearing the noise September the 16, 2022.

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Debris --brake component bent or broken --dust shield bent tahe wheel off and inspect

Posted on Sep 18, 2022

  • Joe Russell Sep 18, 2022

    one of the brake caliper bolt lost off. how can i stop it from happen again?

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